Katie Holmes prays in a bid to influence the results of basketball games.
The 38-year-old actress is a huge fan of the sport and while she isn’t a talented player herself, Katie has admitted to seeking divine intervention on behalf of her siblings.
Katie, who is the youngest of five children, shared: "I pray. I do rituals."
And the Hollywood star admitted she even sometimes hurls abuse at the referees if a decision goes against her team.
She told ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’: "I’m not above yelling anything I want at the referee. ‘You’re ugly! You suck! You’re so mean! Those pants are too tight!’ Anything. I just want to be a part of it."
Meanwhile, Katie – who shares her 10-year-old daughter Suri with her ex-husband Tom Cruise – recently admitted Suri had her own director’s chair on the set of ‘The Kennedys – After Camelot’.
The brunette beauty – who plays Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and also stepped behind the camera for the third episode of the series – regularly brought her daughter to visit the set of the drama.
And not only did Suri have her own special seat backstage, she also enjoyed some pampering thanks to the hair and make-up department.
Miniseries director Jon Cassar said of the youngster: "Katie actually made her a chair that said ‘Director.’.. I taught her how to skip rocks."
What’s more, actress Kristin Booth, who plays Ethel Kennedy, revealed she relished seeing Suri on the set.
She said: "I love when she would come into the trailer.
"She would get hair and make-up done. I have a five-year-old daughter. When I see Katie wearing the hat of the director, as the star, and being a mom, she’s so inspiring, and she’s really someone to look up to, for sure. And Suri’s adorable."